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'Glee' 3.08 Clips: Troubletones' Sectionals Performance and Sam's 'Red Solo Cup'

December 3, 2011 (3:33 am) GMT
The McKinley all-female glee club performs a mash-up of 'I Will Survive' and 'Survivor' at the competition, in which New Directions will get an extra back-up with the return of Sam.

One of the musical numbers at the Sectionals has been shared in a new "" clip. Highlighted in the video is Troubletones which performs a mash-up of 's "I Will Survive" and 's "Survivor". With 's Mercedes and 's Santana on the leads, the all-female group delivers this powerful performance while rocking silver dress.

New Directions is also confident that they will rock the stage now that they get a back-up from 's Sam who returns just in time for the competition. Showing off his vocal again on the show, he will go country with "Red Solo Cup". He strums his guitar to entertain his friends in the choir room.

Just after the song ends, Santana enters the room as she has heard of Sam's return. The member of the school's cheerleader squad reads a sort of welcome speech which she has prepared for the Trouty Mouth.

The new episode of "Glee" will air Tuesday, December 6 at 8/7c on FOX. While McKinley prepares to host the big sectionals performance, Tina comes to the defense of Harry and encourages him to pursue his dream.





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